Our editor carved another notch in his belt this Monday, having endured over his 16-year history of news reporting here yet another Falls Church City Council meeting that went past midnight.
The beginning of each college semester at the University of Florida was always exciting. It brought fresh faces from new places and renewed hope for the possibility of young love. Inevitably, there would be one guy in class that instantaneously caused my eyes to pop out and my head to […]
The Big Jig, Saturday, March 17, Mt. Vernon Square, Washington, D.C.
Spottswoode Celebrates 125 Years Just thinking about all the wine labels in the world is simply suffocating.
Shakespeare without the words. There are two opportunities to experience this during the opening stages of the Shakespeare in Washington festival this month. One is the production of Prokofiev’s “Romeo and Juliet” by the Kirov Ballet at the Kennedy Center this weekend. The other is the longer-running production of “Macbeth” […]
It’s been a few weeks, and now we can call it. Last month’s “macaca” remark by Virginia Sen. George Allen was a “career ending moment.” It sometimes happens like that in politics. A single moment, a single phrase, can sometimes make or break an election or an entire career.
The Arlington Sage 10U Girls Softball team swept through the single elimination round by a combined score of 29-2 to win the NSA Mid-Summer Challenge in Glen Burnie, MD on July 22-23.